This trek is the old walking route from Thimphu to Punakha and passes through some of beau...
Bhutan lies in a hidden corner of the eastern Himalaya, sandwiched between China (Tibet) to the north and the Indian states of Sikkim to the west, Assam/West Bengal to the south, and Arunachal Pradesh to the east. The country within these borders forms a giant staircase, from a narrow strip of land in the south, at an altitude of 10,000ft, up to some of the highest unclimbed Himalayan peaks on Earth.
Bhutan, also called the dragon’s kingdom, is the last Himalayan Shangri-La, which has managed to remain unaffected from modern cultural encroachment. All foreign nationals traveling to Bhutan must travel through an agent by means of buying an all-inclusive package tour.
Trekking: All the trekking routes follow the old trading route, from towering snow peaks of the inner Himalayas to the verdant forests which cloak the hills above its peaceful valleys, the trails are clean and unspoiled, and the wilderness still pristine in its beauty.